The Neo Qled QE55QN95A – 55-inch version of the 65QN95A that we tested – is at the top of the 2021 range of Samsung’s 2021 Ultra HD TVs. On the program: Mini-Led backlighting, a 100 Hz panel, HDMI 2.1 connectivity, the One Connect box, an anti-reflective filter and a solar remote control.
Introductory price 2299 €
The Samsung Neo Qled QE55QN95A — 55-inch (140 cm) version of the Samsung QE65QN95A that we tested — is an excellent LCD TV. The use of a Mini-Led backlighting system makes it possible to obtain a very high peak of luminosity without causing an explosion in consumption and while limiting the effect of blooming (bright halo around bright objects). The icing on the cake, the image quality is simply perfect. If we add to that the new remote control with its small solar panel and the One Connect box, it’s almost faultless for this first Samsung Ultra HD Mini-Led TV.
- Image quality.
- Brightness peak in HDR.
- Microphone built into the TV.
- Single cable to connect to the TV.
- Remote control with battery and solar panel.
- Blooming encore visible.
- Some slowness in the Tizen interface.
- The One Connect cable is no longer “invisible”.
- No fixing of the One Connect box on the stand, as on the 8K models (QN800A/QN900A).
Introductory price 1899 €
In line with the JZ2000, the Panasonic TX-55J1500 — 55 inch (140 cm) version of the The Panasonic TX-65JZ1500 we tested — is an excellent TV that delivers top-flight performance across the board. It will suit both movie buffs and video game enthusiasts. Like its big brother, we can simply blame it for its lack of applications and features (AirPlay), but that’s a lesser evil as it performs well in terms of audio and video rendering.
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